EKLEKTRIC WEBSITE
A brand new website design for a new entertainment and audio industry consultant firm. Created using Wordpress CMS. The website is a parallax site. A lion's share of the copy came from the founder and CEO, but together we massaged, edited and re-wrote the copy to fit the web medium. Many of the headlines and titles were conceptualized by 2HB Development. All site structure, UI, imagery, color palette, composite images and their slogans, were fully art directed and executed by 2HB Development. 
Visit live site: www.eklektric.com
The starting point for the site was the ELEKTRIC logo which was already designed. A horizontal version of the logo was created to better serve the web medium. The original vertical logo was used in the footer, and a graphic logo with a globe and "global connections" was used in the "why choose us? " section. The graphic logo was so well liked, that it ended up being the main logo for the company for use where best suited. 

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